Polyrey has launched its new Monochrom Vibration Collection of through-colour core laminate, with 24 new décor combinations based on black and white cores.
The collection comprises a broad range of designs from marble to subtle woodgrains and bolder décors such as skin effects. Suitable for designer spaces, furniture and reception areas, the décors can be combined with eight unique finishes – anti-finger print, skin texture, gloss and shiny surfaces to reveal delicacy of lines, or Roche finish.
The Monochrom Vibration Collection can be specified in either HPL or Compact products depending on the application. The Compact products can be used as an alternative to wood on surfaces for furniture, worktops, tables, shelving or reception desks in 10mm and 12.5mm, as well as vertical surfaces such as wall surfacing, headboards, furniture facades and sideboards in 6mm and 8mm.
Alternatively, HPL Monochrom can be cold bended to create curved lines or bonded to substrate, making it ideal for all sectors of activity, including food service, hospitality, service, public buildings, health and housing and is Sanitized as standard.
Polyrey’s Head of Marketing, Patricia Rahme, says: “Monochrom Vibration is an evolution of our Monochrom collection that offers dramatic décors and finishes suitable for high-end projects. With this new collection, we are taking the customer through a sensory journey, inspired by nature to support unique projects.
Offering quality and creativity, this collection provides our customers with the wide range of materials and décor/finish combinations they need to deliver sophisticated, stand-out and on-trend projects that are timeless and elegant.”
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